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" --dúgary shapiro has a black bet in tae kwon do. you have a book out "ninja innovation." explain this title. >> that is my approach to life. i taught to my employees about it. you figure out how to get over and around it. econ invisible. -- become invisible. do not go to your boss and say, i have hit a wall. you have to be clever. to get a black belt, you need to be disciplined, be focused, and know where you are going. ninja is actually japanese. ninja is from hundreds of years ago. they always had to fight strength, but they were clever. they thought outside of the box. i've been in this industry for 30 years. i have met many ceos from all over the world. i have something in common with all of them -- they are ninjas. they think outside the box. they think, why not? they recognize that failure is a good thing because you can learn from it. i think there is another book out that if you have never been criticize, if you have never done your job, you have never pushed the boundaries. america is about risk taking. my first book was about what washington should do. this book is abou
. so as eliza said, the betting odds that they will not stand up to the challenge by the same court that threw out their previous rules. reclassification is still an option. i would not be surprised if the rules were struck down if the fcc under genachowski chose to reclassify still. but regardless, i think chairman genachowski, what he chooses to do and if he leaves, who the chowzs to replace him will really define the president's legacy on tech and telecom issues. >> reclassification would be a huge political -- [inaudible] it's not just about the issue is whether net neutrality is a small issue compared to the power of -- if the fcc reclassifies what they consider the internet, they would now have the power to regulate it in the way old telephone companies could sort of set prices. and it's much more control that the fcc would have, and i think lawmakers would, they would freak out over if the fcc tried to do that. at every hearing when the commissioners are before congress, even when that's not the subject, it still comes up. they haven't closed the docket, and the democrats usu
. the betting odds are they will not stand up to the challenge to the same court that through out its previous rules. reclassification is another option. i would not be surprised if they were struck down but regardless, i think the chairman what he chooses to do and if he leaves and who the president chooses to appoint would define the president's legacy. >> i think reclassification would be a huge political fight. the issue is whether that neutrality is a small issue compared to the power of the f.c.c. -- if the f.c.c. reclassifies what they consider the internet they would have the power to regulate it that the way old telephone companies were. the f.c.c. wouldville more power and lawmakers would freak out if they tried to do that. they saw the docket open they have not closed it and the democrats usually say something like, we are still considering it and we have not made a decision and the republicans would like to make a decision not reclals fie it. >> i agree with that assessment. yes, republicans in particular would go ballistic if they did that but if they feel that is their best optio
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